No, this is not the house that "House" helped build.
Fox was absent from most of the glamour categories as nominations were announced Thursday for the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
The network, which led the charge on TV convention in the 1980s, and scored big wins in the 2000s with "24" and "Arrested Development," saw its mojo depleted, if not usurped by Netflix, which planted its flag for online streaming with 14 nominations, including a history-making nine for "House of Cards."
Fox, meanwhile, made do with 19 overall nods, the least among its broadcast brethren, including PBS. The number was a step down from last year's 26 nominations, and a long way from the 51 the network scored as recently as 2010.
Freshman buzz shows "The Following" and "The Mindy Project" failed to break through; sophomore comedy "New Girl" slumped; and, "Glee," which led Fox's 2010 drive with 19 nominations, continued to cool off.Read More »from Fox Fails to Land Noms in Major Emmys Categories